Scandinavian Airlines or SAS (previously Scandinavian Airlines System) is set to host two in-flight gay marriages in December.

SAS has announced the winners of its Love is in the Air marketing campaign, which was sponsored by IGLTA, the International Gay Lesbian Travel Association.

The airline said it received more than 300 submissions from happy couples eager to marry on December 6 on a flight to New York from Stockholm.

A gay couple and a lesbian couple were selected.

German couple Aleksandar Mijatovic and Shantu Bhattacherjee came in first with a total of 81,640 votes.

The men met over seven years ago at a party in Berlin and have been together ever since.

When asked, “What do you love most about your partner?” Mijatovic said: “That now after 7 years I still have butterflies in my stomach when I look at him. And I love the fact that I always feel that I am in a team and that I can rely on him and trust him unconditionally.”

“That he is like a rock,” Bhattacherjee answered. “Nothing can bring him out of balance. And he can cheer me up no matter in what a bad mood I am. … But most of all I love the fact that there is a person that completes me throughout and is giving me the feeling that I don't need anything else at all.”

Second place winners Ewa Tomaszewicz and Gosia Rowinska from Poland have been together over five years. The women say it was love at first sight for the pair.

North Carolina residents Thomas Landreth and Brett Kessler won a dream wedding at Sweden's famous ICEHOTEL.